dirty ice

dirty ice

[′dər·dē ′īs]
(astronomy)
Interstellar ice particles with particles of graphite or other impurities adsorbed on their surfaces.
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They want that dirty ice cream, that they do know for certain," she thought, looking at two boys stopping an ice cream seller, who took a barrel off his head and began wiping his perspiring face with a towel.
The two miss Jollibee, Via Mare bibingka, Chocnut, Kowloon siopao, Pinoy dirty ice cream, the warm weather and our beaches.
Since we ordered a cart full of dirty ice cream, I handed out scoops of chocolate and cheese-flavored sorbetes as treats to those who celebrated Halloween in their supremely spooktacular costumes.
Comets are large chunks of dirty ice left over from the time the solar system was formed.
Shocked inspectors also discovered filthy pool tiles, dirty ice machines, "heavily soiled" draught beer lines and human hair in an ice-maker on Cunard's flagship liner.
The Queen's last Derby runner was Church Parade in 1981, the colt running well to be fifth, almost occupying the same postcode as Shergar, just another chunk of dirty ice in the comet's tail.
Because it can bore through dirty ice, IceMole might also be useful on comet missions to investigate their porosity and chemical makeup, Dachwald said.
seal went into the water or hauled out between transects), or 4) shadow or dirty ice classified as a seal in other image.
Halley's Comet last came through the inner solar system in 1985-86, and its 15-by-8-kilometer (9-by-5-mile) nucleus shed a layer of dirty ice about 6 meters (20 feet) thick on average.
While it's a stretch to say that dirty ice is the scourge of the century (we'll leave it up to the TV news stations to make that claim), ice can carry salmonella, E.
There's Buns Class With Darren, Dirty Ice Sculpture Carving With Fabrice, and of course, the unscheduled hot tub daisy chain that just happens spontaneously.
The descriptive passages are strong--the depiction of tiny kitchens in ugly apartment blocks or of dirty ice melting on the streets will strike a chord with anyone who has spent time in Russia.